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Stock Market Behavior When Interest Rate Rise

September 16, 2015

Since 1920, during the twelve months after interest rates rose, stocks rose 13 out of 16 times.  The average gain for the S&P 500 index (stocks) was 16.2%. For the thirty-year period 1951-1981. interest rates went up from 2.5% to 18%...

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